It’s Snowland At Great Wolf Lodge
The holidays are here and everyone is into carrying on their traditions and creating family memories that will last for years to come. Around here one of our traditions has been visiting Great Wolf Lodge during Snowland. It definitely has become a family favorite. Snowland is a special time of year during December when the lodge decks out to a Snowland theme. Everywhere you look you can find snowflakes, decorated trees, special seasonal foods and goodies, and the Great Wolf characters in their winter wear. Did I mention it snows in the lobby a few times during the day? That is a must see when you visit.
Along with just being at Great Wolf Lodge during Snowland you will not want to miss something very special. There are rooms that you can book that are part of the Snowland package. They are so worth it. What’s a Snowland room? It’s a family suite that has so many extras! The headboards of the beds and the window are adorned with light up garland, there is a decorated tree in the room, the shower curtain is snowflake themed and they also hang snowflakes from the ceiling. It’s a beautiful sight to see. But that is not where the fun ends. There will also be take home book and cozy embroidered Snowland blanket that will remind you of your happy time even when you are back home. In addition there is a cookie and milk delivery to your room. The Snowland package is just amazing and something you will want to do over and over again.
Of course even if you don’t take the Snowland themed room it is still the most wonderful time of year to visit Great Wolf Lodge. There are a million Snowland activities included with your stay. Believe me when I tell you that from the moment you enter the grand lobby you will be mesmerized by the glimmering snowflakes and lights all over. There will be a life sized Gingerbread house that you can actually dine inside of with advance reservations. We have dined in the Gingerbread House a total of four times and loved each and every time. Since my birthday falls in December, I was lucky enough to even celebrate my birthday once inside of it! The Great Wolf culinary team spends many weeks baking up everything that is needed to put together the life-size gingerbread house. Each lodge has their own version of the house they create on property. This bigger than life yummy masterpiece is adorned with gingerbread walls, candy trim, white icing trim and icicles that you will want to just break off and eat! But please don’t! Even thought the gingerbread is fully edible, it’s not for the guests to eat, just to dine inside of and take great pics of when you visit. If you do decide to dine in, your fee goes to the Ronald McDonald House Charities®!
During Snowland, Great Wolf Lodge transforms into a magical winter wonderland. There are spectacular decorations, you can visit with Santa on select nights, North Pole University activities that include a scavenger hunt and some amazing crafts! There are so many ways to create memories with your family and friends during Great Wolf Lodge Howlidays! You can mail your Santa letter at the Santa’s Letter Depot in at the lobby of the lodge. The North Pole University has plenty of room for your child to enroll in the Winter 2017-2018 Snow-Mester! They can be a part of holiday snow themed activities and receive their official Snowploma and Rowdy the Reindeer trading card only available during Snowland! Check out more about Snowland and make a reservation here: https://www.greatwolf.com/
So, if you are looking for an amazing place to visit and make family and friends memories look no farther than your local Great Wolf Lodge. Any time is a good time to visit, but Snowland is especially beautiful with plenty of activities to keep everyone happy!
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